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Probate Law & Legal Considerations

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Price
£14.99 inc VAT
Study method
Online
Duration
3 hours · Self-paced
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
10 CPD hours / points
Certificates
  • Certificate of completion - Free
  • Certificate of completion - £9.99
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

[Updated 2023 (CPD QS)]

In the intricate tapestry of legal intricacies, navigating the realm of Probate Law & Legal Considerations can be a labyrinthine journey fraught with frustration and confusion. The intricacies of estate and wills, the delicate balance of trusts and dispositions, and the complexities of intestacy can leave even seasoned legal minds feeling adrift in a sea of uncertainty.

Yet, it is precisely in this field that the foundations of our familial legacies are cemented, and the importance of understanding every nuance cannot be overstated. It is a discipline that holds the key to ensuring our loved ones are protected, and our final wishes carried out with precision.

Join us on a journey as you delve into the profound knowledge that empowers you to make informed decisions when crafting wills, establishing trusts, and navigating the labyrinthine world of probate. Gain insights into the intricacies of power of attorney, the art of will correction, and the critical facets of will revocation. Finally, this course encapsulates the essence of these legal intricacies, delivering a comprehensive understanding in a structured, concise format.

Elevate your legal acumen, safeguard your family's future, and begin a journey that promises to illuminate the path to legal mastery!

Learning Outcome

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Analyse the complexities of estate planning and the importance of wills in legal contexts.
  • Assess and establish trusts and dispositions as estate planning strategies.
  • Understand the legal procedures and implications of intestacy when a will is absent.
  • Navigate the probate process and the lawful distribution of assets.
  • Identify and rectify errors and ambiguities in wills to prevent legal disputes.
  • Explain the principles of will revocation and its significance in estate planning.
  • Comprehend the scope and implications of granting power of attorney.

CPD

10 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD Quality Standards

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Description

Here is the Curriculum of the Course

  • Module 01: An Introduction to Estate and Wills
  • Module 02: Making a Will
  • Module 03: Trusts and Dispositions
  • Module 04: Intestacy
  • Module 05: Probate
  • Module 06: Correcting Errors in a Will
  • Module 07: Revocation of Wills
  • Module 08: Power of Attorney

Here is What You Will Learn from this Course

Module 01: An Introduction to Estate and Wills
You will gain a foundational understanding of estate planning and wills, including their importance in managing assets and inheritance.

Module 02: Making a Will
You will gain a foundational understanding of the process and requirements for creating a legally valid will, ensuring your assets are distributed according to your wishes.

Module 03: Trusts and Dispositions
You will understand trusts and dispositions, enabling you to explore more complex estate planning options.

Module 04: Intestacy
You will learn about the legal consequences of dying without a will (intestacy), including how assets are distributed in such cases.

Module 05: Probate
You will acquire knowledge of the probate process, including how to navigate legal procedures for validating a will and administering an estate.

Module 06: Correcting Errors in a Will
You will explore methods for identifying and correcting errors in a will to ensure it accurately reflects your intentions.

Module 07: Revocation of Wills
You will understand the revocation of wills and how to revoke or amend a will when necessary.

Module 08: Power of Attorney
You will learn about the power of attorney, granting someone the authority to make decisions on your behalf in specific situations, ensuring your interests are protected.

Who is this course for?

  • Aspiring legal professionals seeking a comprehensive understanding of probate law.
  • Individuals interested in estate planning and ensuring their assets are distributed as intended.
  • Executors and beneficiaries of wills looking to navigate the legal process.
  • Financial advisors and estate planners aiming to enhance their legal expertise.
  • Anyone passionate about understanding the legal intricacies of wills, trusts, and probate.

Requirements

This course has no set requirements for learning. All you need is a smart device, a reliable internet connection, and a basic command of English and you're good to go!

Career path

Here are a few careers you can opt for:

  • Probate Solicitor (£30,000 - £60,000)
  • Estate Planning Advisor (£25,000 - £45,000)
  • Legal Consultant (£25,000 - £50,000)
  • Trusts and Estates Paralegal (£20,000 - £35,000)
  • Will Drafting Specialist (£25,000 - £50,000)
  • Financial Planner (£30,000 - £60,000)
  • Probate Administrator (£20,000 - £40,000)
  • Legal Advisor in Estate Management (£30,000 - £55,000)

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Certificates

Certificate of completion

Digital certificate - Included

After successfully completing this Probate Law & Legal Considerations course, you will qualify for the CPD QS -certified certificate. The PDF Certificate will be completely free.

Certificate of completion

Hard copy certificate - £9.99

The hardcopy certificate for this Probate Law & Legal Considerations course can be received by paying £9.99, for students living inside the UK. For international orders, the total fee is £14.99 (£9.99 Certification Fee + £5 postal charge).

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